It looks like the birds have finally come home to roost for Juan Williams of Faux News, fired by NPR for violating company policy and directives for getting too close to Faux.
In South Carolina's debate last night, Williams asked Newt Gingrich if he didn't think his comments about having students work as janitors at school and other things might seem especially sensitive to minorities. When Newt said no, and Williams asked a follow-up, he got booed like hell.
Too bad, Juan. You could see this ugliness in the GOP, especially its Tea Party wing, when you got cozy with Faux in the first place.